This is the key: no e-verify=no job=no benefits. Most will leave of their own accord. The rest can be found and removed.
November 9, 2015 at 3:35pm
Witten is a great player and respected, but Staubach, like David Robinson, was what is meant by a true team captain. Here in San Antonio we know that David’s opinion on the character and fit of would be players is very instrumental to Pop and the management.
November 9, 2015 at 2:52pm
If Staubach was still with the team, he would have never been on the roster in the first place. Every team needs a guy like the Spur’s David Robinson to set the standard.
The guys name is Jason Witten. But he does not do drugs, run guns or drugs, doesn't beat his wife, or have multiple children out of wedlock.... nope.
Can't talk about him.
 November 9, 2015 at 1:08pm
You can’t ban other team jerseys in the home teams’ stands anymore than you can ban someone holding another teams’ banner. That’s not racist, that’s the nature of the game. Cam was out of line. Don’t care what color he is or how much money he’s got. Fans pay for their ticket and they get to yell, holler, and display their support for their team.
 November 6, 2015 at 10:45pm
Charles Dickens would call her the artful dodger….and in the last scene, dangling from a lampost.
 November 6, 2015 at 10:44pm
Soros, Buffet, Wall Street and the behind the scenes slave masters are scared to death of this man.
 November 6, 2015 at 7:51pm
Absolutely correct. Landry, Staubach, Lilly, Meredith…none of the great ones would put up with this. Cowboy fan all my life, since the 60′s, but now way too jaded by Jones’ lack of ethics.
November 4, 2015 at 10:52pm
Aunt Bee just sent Andy and Barney howling…
 November 3, 2015 at 9:34am
If the bull was black, those officers are toast. Bulls Lives Matter.
The station wagon took on a bull and struck it.... Anyone in their right mind wouldn't attempt to hit a bull in a truck, unless it's a dump truck, maybe.
I want to know what the hell the driver of that station wagon was thinking at the time? If you ask me, the driver deserves a ticket. I can understand going around the bull, but going through said bull is the act of an insane idiot. It's pretty damn hard to miss a bull in the road.
that's a bunch of bull.
Prayers are with everyone involved. So Sad.
Matthew McConaughey - "That's a Big Bull"
"police contacted its apparent owner, 62-year-old Jack Yantis — and he showed up at the scene with his rifle."
The ranchers I've known would have done the same, not to prevent the officers from putting down the bull, but to take responsibility for putting down his bull if there were no way to save it, or if it had become a real danger to others.
There's a whole lot of explaining still to be done.
Real funny turfdog. But iam sure there are a lot of details not in this story. I would sure like to hear more, but this is probably the last we will hear of it.
Why didnt they call animal control to trank the bull and take it home or jail until owner came and paid a fine to take him home. I hope the wife can get some recompense for both deaths.
Bulls also have financial value to a Rancher. Attend an auction sometime. A Lexus on hooves.
 November 1, 2015 at 11:05pm
Why hold the officials accountable? I thought we were all supposed to give thugs a break these days….
 November 1, 2015 at 11:00pm
Paint your face black and build a fake bomb clock. You’ll get an invite straight away.
November 1, 2015 at 2:41pm
The refs actually blew three blocks in the back (the one that was called was from the side, not back), a knee down before lateraling at the 15, when ends the play, and a Miami player ran onto the field before the score. What a joke.
 October 30, 2015 at 2:40pm
You’ve got it just backwards. It’s the Dem nom process that require all questions skip serious issues and only elevate the stature of the candidates. Dem party and their candidates never allow questions of substance.